Carpathos   - in ancient sources @

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  Carpathos   - an Aegean island, between Rhodes and Crete
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  + Carpathian , Carpathiopolis
196/14a Syll_586, a dedication on Carpathos by Nicagoras, a Rhodian general.
153/9a Syll_570, a decree of Carpathos in honour of a commander in the war
    Within translations:
AnthPal_6.245   the tempest lashed the Carpathian sea by night, vowed,
AnthPal_7.366   nder, the tempest of the Carpathian Sea ; and you, Dionysi
Oros_1.2.90   on the east by the Carpathian Sea, on the west and
Plin:HN_5.102   Telmessus begins the Asiatic or Carpathian Sea, and Asia properly so
Plin:HN_5.133   belonging to the Rhodians are Carpathus which has given its name
Syll_570   (early 2nd cent.)   ise Pamphilidas of Karpathiopolis, the son of Hi
THI_99.D   (2nd century)   us, a deme on the island of Karpathos. Based on the

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